The St. Regis Washington, D.C.
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... or not this land is truly the greatest place to live or not, it is home and there is nothing quite like the feeling of home sweet home :-)
Au revoir Europe et à bientôt!
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"So much better to travel than to arrive." - Margaret Atwood
"There are years that ask questions and years that answer." - Zora Neale Hurston
"Maybe you're not meant to fit in. Maybe you're supposed to stand out." - Taylor Swift
... to see and touch a real space suit. The visor is actually made of gold and the whole suit is Kevlar coated as dust particles floating around in space can cause significant damage to other materials. There was also a flight simulator for landing on an aircraft carrier. Apparently it's not real easy to do!
I went to the American Indian Museum. This looked at the indigenous cultures from Alaska all the way to Chile. It was a really ...
... it is really elsewhere) and our first stop at the Georgetown Piano Bar was very quiet. We stayed for one, sang a few songs with the pianist and headed to a more lively pub/bar playing Sunday night football, guaranteed to have a few more punters! The next day, a free day, meant we crammed in as much of Washington D.C as we could in a day. A few of us started in the American History Museum. The highlight of this museum for me was learning that ...
... on the highway this took another half hour before we saw the exhausted face of the shuttle driver appear.
Vaughan has developed a new name drop technique as we are checking in, he conversationally asks me in his most innocent voice "aren't you a platinum member here?", such that the check in agent is forced to provide us with some sweet extra. In the case of Best Western Plus, this turned out to be a gift bag full of water and sweets. Nicely done ...
... shop around the corner on 14th Street, before sadly leaving our homely apartment. To save hauling our baggage around DC on our last day here, we were able to securely leave our luggage at Union Station, where we would later collect bags and to travel to the Dulles International Airport for our London flight via Frankfurt. While downtown in DC we had a look inside the Capitol Building visitor centre, we could learn about the history of the Capitol including the evolution of ...